„I Wish More Courage From HR“

Juliane Kästner: Let us first talk about Netstream and about your role as Human Resources Manager. Do you work differently compared to “classical companies”? 

Leandra Amsler: Our executive board mainly consists of people under the age of 40, not being caught up in a hierarchical thinking. They may have titles such as CEO or CIO, but it does […]

What is the Value of Man?

I hear people talking about the decay of values; that the value of man is steadily depreciating. But what is the value of man? This is an ancient question challenging philosophers since eternal times.

Diversity of Perspectives

I have been observing people taking different perspectives or a combination of these perspectives to define the value of man, the value of others and […]

Of Stupid Parliamentarians and a Radical New Order

Juliane Kästner: Everything is subject to the life cycle of upward trend, peak and downward trend: humans, institutions, companies, empires and even democracy, says philosopher Charles Handy in „The Second Curve – Thoughts on Reinventing Society“.

Life Cycle of Technologies, Companies, Empires or Democracy

To escape the downward trend, a […]

Robots Will Help Us to Strengthen Our Social Cohesion

Juliane Kästner: You refer to the “empowered individual” in your studies Technology as en enabler of sustainable well-being in the modern society. Why are we as individuals more empowered in these days?

Risto Linturi: We are empowered as a customer, as a citizen. As customers we are […]

Guaranteed Minimum Income: Rationality versus Fairness Preferences

Juliane Kästner: The most pressing question that is constantly raised in connection with the guaranteed minimum income is whether the inhabitants of Switzerland will continue working. How do you assess this from a behavioral economics point of view?

Gerhard Fehr: I believe that work represents an elementary part of life for many people. And for this reason, I believe that a […]